Renewed Energy Engages Alberta Main Street
By Nancy Varekamp CNews Editor Alberta Main Street surges with new vitality and a renewed effort to develop Alberta Street as a successful and equitable commercial...
Bonne Chance Opens in Former Ciao Vitta
By Javier Puga-Phillips CNA Board Member, AL4 CNA Social Committee Chair Bonne Chance, the newest addition to the wine scene in Concordia, is...
Resilience Sees Binks Through Two Decades
When COVID-19 closed down eateries across the state, the couple changed their bar business model and focused on delivery at www.binksterpdx.com By Mac Larsen, CNA Media Team
Q&A: Commissioner Mingus Mapps
On his agenda: Housing, public safety and protecting Bull Run from climate change By Lisa Loving, NECN As Portland grapples with historic crises -- from...
Cleaner Air Oregon Puts N/NE Portland Emissions Under Watch
Join NECN and our colleagues at North Portland Neighborhood Services, Tuesday, Oct. 26, 6-8 pm. Learn the facts on the most recent tests and find out how you can plug in to...
Report: Glass Recycling Plant Continues Harmful Emissions
Owens Brockway impacts air quality across North and Northeast neighborhoods By Becca Bowe, EarthJustice.org A new report released by a group of...
Local Free Meal Nonprofit Expands Grassroots Network
By Lisa Loving, NECN A small grassroots nonprofit that jumped into action last year to support struggling Portlanders during the pandemic, Meals On Us PDX has blossomed into two...
Monkey Puzzle Trees are Portland’s Ancient Survivors
The mature trees growing in Portland are almost all about 115 years old, having arrived as seeds available to fair-goers attending the 1905 Lewis and Clark Centennial Exposition
NECN Board Spotlight: Keith Jones
Hey! Neighbor chatted with Keith Jones about his work on the Green Loop, the groundbreaking partnership the Lloyd Neighborhood has forged with Right 2 Dream Too, and how it all could improve the city’s resilience in a natural disaster.
Concordia Foundation Moves to Return University-Zoned Land to Residential Use
Concordia University ceased operations in the spring of last year. On June 29 it was sold in an auction on the Multnomah County steps to the Lutheran Church Extension Fund for $3 million.